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"My dad is a pediatrician back in Michigan. I was able to see how important he was to our community. My goal was serve the same role in my own community. So I decided to become a family physician."
"I like the variety that goes along with family medicine. Taking care of people of all ages keeps things fresh and interesting. Every day is a new challenge."
"One of my favorite things to do is ask people what they do for a living. I hear all sorts of answers. When I hear what people do for the community and then think of myself as being the person that helps keep them on their feet, it’s a very gratifying feeling."
"I work closely with the NP in our office, Barbara Vonthron. We have a relatively small staff but they do an excellent job taking care of patients. We are also fortunate to have OB/GYN, nephrology, and pain management all working in the same office alongside of us."
"I generally just enjoy being outside. This area has so much to offer. With Cedar Point, the Lake Erie Islands, state parks, and beaches – there is plenty to keep me busy."
"I don’t ever try to force people into taking medications or pursuing treatment that they are not comfortable with. My job is to educate patients and make recommendations based on the most up to date information that we have available. If I have armed my patients with the knowledge that they need to make the right decision on their healthcare, then I have done my job."
3960 East Harbor Road
Michigan State Univeristy College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan
Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky, Ohio
"Dr. Matthew Braniecki is very likeable and the perfect doctor for me. Hope he stays in Port Clinton!"
"Dr. Matt [Braniecki] is very friendly and caring - he is great with kids also and we just love the staff."
"I have only seen the doctor two times. [After the ] first time [seeing this] new doctor, the next day [my] husband passed away. All of the people who worked there sent a sympathy card, signed. I really didn't feel alone. I had them to count on for help. Thanks to Dr. Braniecki and others."